Authors, American -- Kansas
Found in 4 Records:
Carbon typescript with handwritten corrections, lacking chapter 17
The James Irwin Wolfe Collection contains personal correspondence of Wolfe's, correspondence relating to the Ozark Trails Association, and some legal materials relating to his law practice. The collection also contains manuscript copies of two poems and "Why is a Bachelor?", a lecture written by Wolfe for the Ohio Chautauqua in Waverly, Kansas in 1905.
Kate (Warthen) Searcy was an early homesteader in western Kansas, in addition to being a schoolteacher, author, and newspaper editor. This collection includes her family correspondence and some records related to her career, as well as photographs and other personal materials.
This collection consists of several journals owned by Walter Thomas Bezzi, late 20th century author and magazine editor who lived in Wichita, Kansas and California. The collection also includes correspondence, manuscript drafts of many of his works, and some personal papers.